French carrier Europe Airpost plans to make its transatlantic passenger debut in 2014 using Boeing 737-700s, as it seeks to further diversify its business. Paris Charles de Gaulle-based Europe Airpost, which began as a mail freight specialist, operates a fleet of 18 passenger, cargo and quick change Boeing 737s. Broadening its remit, the French carrier has announced plans to launch its first transatlantic passenger services, linking Paris Charles de Gaulle and Glasgow with Halifax in Nova ...

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